Book Series Taking Stock , vol. 2

Titian: Materiality, Likeness, Istoria

Joanna Woods-Marsden (ed)

  • Pages: 161 p.
  • Size:210 x 297 mm
  • Illustrations:150 b/w, 27 col.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2007

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-51839-8
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Summary

Joanna Woods-Marsden, Preface

David Rosand, Introduction: The Old Man's Brush

Materiality / Facture

Jodi Cranston, Theorizing Materiality: Titian's Flaying of Marsyas; Daniela Bohde, Corporeality and Materiality: Light, Colour and the Body in Titian's San Salvatore Annunciation and Naples Danae; Miguel Falomir, Titian's Tityus; Paul Joannides, Titian's Repetitions

Likeness

Joanna Woods-Marsden, The Mistress as 'Virtuous': Titian's Portrait of Laura Dianti; Jaynie Anderson, Titian's Franciscan Friar in Melbourne: A Portrait of the Confessor to Aretino and Titian?

Istoria

Luba Freedman, The Vainly Imploring Goddess in Titian's Venus and Adonis; Patricia Meilman, Historical Tradition and Political Strategy: Titian's Battle Painting

CODA

Una Roman D'Elia, Titian's Mute Poetry; Mary Rogers, Man and Beast in Titian

Plates

Professor Joanna Woods-Marsden was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, the University of London, and Harvard University. An expert in Italian Renaissance art, she has recently specialized in portraiture.